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Thursday, March 29, 2007

Tony Carter Toast

New for 2007 Tony Carter's Toast teapot £46.99
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Wednesday, March 28, 2007


Sold on eBay on 26th March 2007 for £118.24 [US $232.50]
A great Paul Cardew teapot Punctualitea from 1996.

Friday, March 23, 2007

Fong Choo

The University of Kentucky Department of Art LEXINGTON will welcome ceramic artist Fong Choo to campus on March 22, 2007 as its next artist/speaker in this year's Visiting Artists and Scholars Series.
Choo, a native of Singapore, has a bachelor's degree in business from Warren Wilson College and a master's degree in ceramics from the University of Louisville. His emphasis is tightly focused on miniature teapots, and his decade of work on these pieces shows his evolution in colour, design and form.
Choo's work has been featured in various group and solo shows across the U.S. in galleries like New York City's Aaron Faber Gallery and Philadelphia's Works Gallery.
For more information on Choo's visit/lecture or the Visiting Artists Series, contact the Department of Art at (859) 257-8151.
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Thursday, March 22, 2007

Sherry Lee’s Teapot

A breast cancer teapot that Samantha Parker and her grandmother designed. It was designed in memory of her mother Sherry Lee who passed away in 2000 from Breast Cancer.
While she was alive she collected teapots, so in her memory and honour they started Sherry Lee’s Teapots.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the teapots will go to fight Breast Cancer.
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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Caribou Teapot

Front Avenue Pottery & Tile Co. MJ Schmith
This teapot is one of many pieces of handmade, decorative, functional stoneware pottery fired in a wood firing kiln located in Wadena, MN. Designed & built in 1989 by the artist.
Randomly deposited & melting wood ash inside the kiln, on the pottery's rims & shoulders, enhance the hand painted decoration, making each piece unique & visually textured.
See more teapots here

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Sairey Gamp

Sairey Gamp teapot by Royal Doulton Impressed on the back of the teapot is the name Sarah Gamp. The teapot stands 7 inches high and is 9.5 inches from spout to handle.
Sold on eBay for £399.00 11th March 2007

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Peter Shire

Peter Shire
Wedgie Teapot, 2000
earthenware 11.5 x 16 in.
More of Peter's work here.

Friday, March 09, 2007

Tea cosy by Charlotte Lyons

Made from a sage-green felted sweater, this tea cosy is 8” tall - a comfy fit on a 4-6 cup teapot. The decorations are made from similar felted, recycled wools and a vintage button. Aside from the rick-rack stem, the flower comes off for a wearable pin! This also allows for removal before handwashing the cozy.
Charlotte Lyons’s creative repertoire includes a happy mix of design, crafts and found objects. Born and educated in Missouri, Charlotte raised three artistic daughters in a bright pink house near Chicago. Presently, she lives with her family in a little green house along the Hudson River in New York.

See more of Charlotte's work


Thursday, March 08, 2007

Pig teapot

Pig teapot made by me! Andy Titcomb and dated 1995.
Sold on eBay 5th March 2007 for £37.65

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Toy teapot

Childs Prattware teapot made in about 1820 in the U.K. It was moulded with applied scenes depicting 'Poor Maria' and a lady reading to her child. 4¼" high. Not very good condition with various breaks and staple repairs.
Sold on ebay 7th march 2007 for US $177.50 (Approximately £92.11)

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Mad Hatter Teapot Exhibition

The center’s aptly-named exhibition is showing whimsical teapots ranging from the accessible Mother’s Day gift ($10) to the extravagant you’ve-already-got-that-Porsche anniversary present ($1,400). Well-worth-it pieces, like Bryan Quincannon’s “Turquish Tea” stoneware pot, are precisely the type of fanciful devices you would find if you fell down a rabbit hole.
Armory Art Center
1700 Parker Ave
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Monday, March 05, 2007

Gary Seymour

Here's a Gary Seymour prototype Land Rover in white, sold on eBay for £67 on 27th February 2007

Carol needs....

Carol J. Kopenhaver is a serious teapot collector and has teapots from Gary Seymour, Cardew, Andy Titcomb, Tony Carter, South West Ceramics, and the Teapottery. She is looking for a 1995 retired Tony Carter teapot of a chaise lounge with the gramaphone on a small table. If anyone has one for sale, please e-mail her at

Sunday, March 04, 2007

Gary Seymour open day

This year Gary's early open day is on the 28th April 2007 at Teapot Island Yalding

Thursday, March 01, 2007

£17,000 Vulture

A Minton Majolica teapot, modelled in the shape of a vulture attacking a serpent with a broken glued-on handle, made £17,000 at auction, £16,200 more than its reserve price!
Auctioneer Michael Roberts said: “It was discovered during a routine probate of a house after the owner’s death.
“The handle had broken off and been crudely stuck back on with glue so we never expected it to make that much.
“It was sold to a bidder in the Far East and just goes to show that collectors are prepared to spend a lot of money for pieces they want.
“Out of all the Minton Majolica pieces we have had this one has done the best – despite being damaged.
“I imagine it will be professionally restored now.”
In October 2005 a similar teapot sold on eBay for £31,894.56